POTEAU – The LeFlore County commissioners will meet in a regular business meeting 9 a.m. Monday in the office of the board of county commissioners. Continue reading “Commissioners’ agenda 5-16-2022”
An accident in LeFlore County Wednesday that claimed the life of a woman and two children is under investigation, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. Continue reading “Woman, children die in auto accident”
By KEN MILAM
POTEAU – As a consequence of policies and programs running their courses, the time of free breakfasts and lunches for all may soon come to an end at Poteau Public Schools, school board members were told Monday night. Continue reading “Free meals might be ending at Poteau schools”
By CRAIG HALL
HEAVENER – The Heavener School Board hired two lower elementary teachers and an upper elementary teacher during Monday’s regular business meeting. Continue reading “Heavener hires teachers, staff”
HOWE – The Howe School Board rehired certified staff as well as a few newcomers at the regular meeting Monday. Continue reading “Howe Board rehires certified staff”
By KEN MILAM
In a brief business meeting Monday, LeFlore County commissioners tabled two bids offering to buy a 2011 Caterpillar backhoe from District 2. The bids will be compared and reconsidered next week.
Robinson Construction bid $10,555 and Extreme work and play offered $28,000.
Commissioners changed the OSU Extension receiving officer from Ladonna Walls to Lisa J. McCray.
Maximum highway expenditures for May and the Treasurer’s monthly report for officers also were approved.
Meeting as the Budget Board, county officers approved a $2,516 transfer to the Sheriff’s Office as fuel reimbursement for the advocacy investigator.
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POTEAU – The Poteau School Board will meet in a regular business meeting 6 p.m. Monday at the Bert Corr Administration Building at 100 Mockingbird Lane in Poteau. Continue reading “Poteau School Board to meet 5-9-2022”